Khalsa Club, GCG-11 win titles

CHANDIGARH: Khalsa Club logged a 25-12 victory against GGD SD College, Sector 32, to win the men’s senior titles on the concluding day of the State Netball Championship at The British School, Sector 44, here today.

Khalsa Club, GCG-11 win titles

The GCG-11 team after winning the senior title on the concluding day of the State Netball Championship at The British School, Sector 44, on Sunday. Pradeep Tewari

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Chandigarh, April 21 

Khalsa Club logged a 25-12 victory against GGD SD College, Sector 32, to win the men’s senior titles on the concluding day of the State Netball Championship at The British School, Sector 44, here today.

National Villagers defeated Chandigarh Club 9-6 to claim the third position.

In the men’s junior final, National Villagers edged out Chandigarh Club 31-30 to claim the title. Sports Complex beat Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 20, 18-15 to claim the third position. Model Club beat British Academy 9-7 to win the women’s junior title, while the Sector 20 government school defeated Sacred Heart Club 10-9 to claim the third position.

Government College for Girls, Sector 11, recorded a 9-8 win against MCM Club to win the women’s title. Panjab University Campus claimed third position. —TNS  

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